Like many conservatory owners in the UK, you might still want to use the extra space even when the weather won't allow it. For most people, a conservatory offers valuable extra space that you can't do without in the winter months, but there are cost effective heating solutions out there to make sure that your family can still enjoy the 'sun room' long into the dark, cold nights.
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Of all the great things that owning an electric radiator can offer - energy efficiency, temperature control, clean heating - one of the things often overlooked is their capacity to protect your home from things like frost damage, mould and mildew, and other unwelcome things that can hit our homes during the winter months. Things that are often troublesome and expensive to remedy.
If, like many other homeowners in the UK, you are thinking of making the switch to energy efficient electric radiators, there are a few things you should know. One of those things is how to correctly size a radiator for your property. While it's not complicated, it's something that some people do overlook and take for granted. Picking the right sized radiator for the right room is essential for maximising energy efficiency - something that could ultimately help you shave pounds off your energy bill.
The new year is almost upon us, and what better way to start it than with an energy efficient heating solution that will set you up for decades to come? In terms of energy bills, most of us saw quite a rocky 2014, and many are now left wondering what they can do to turn things around and take more control over their energy usage at home. From energy saving tips to energy company comparison sites, the internet is rife with ideas on how you can save money, but for those of you looking to make a serious change there's something even more impressive waiting for you...
When it comes to heating at home we all want to save money without compromising on comfort. With bills on the rise and winter on the horizon, it's getting to that time where we all start thinking about the cost of our heating, and what we can do keep it as low as possible. Regardless of the kind of heating system you have at home, they key to cost management is control. The more control you have over you heating, the more money saving potential you'll have at the end of the day.
Electric radiators are quickly becoming the alternative heating option of choice for people who want to cut down on their energy usage, do their bit for the environment, and save a few pounds on their quarterly bills. Choosing which radiator to buy can be a difficult; there are so many different features available, from state of the art thermostats to next generation thermal heating elements. Once you've settled on a brand and type of electric radiator, how do you make sure you've got the right size? And what impact can that have on your energy bills?
Smart meters have hit the headlines again this week, with small businesses claiming that the Government's plan to roll them out to every home in the UK is 'too expensive'. The truth is, regardless of whether we like it or not, it looks like most of us are going to be living with Smart Meters in our homes very soon, and while the initial cost for their installation might bump up our energy bills in the short term, they could be one of the best things to happen to us. Particularly if you're one of the few who've already upgraded to an energy efficient electric heating solution.
At Eco Stores Direct we're extremely proud to announce a record number of sales as interest in our energy efficient heating products grows ever stronger. Our sub company, Electric Radiators Direct secured strong partnerships with green technology manufacturers and suppliers of some of the most energy efficient heating products in the world, and we're thrilled to announce sales in excess of £1m after less than a year in business. We believe in our products and it's clear that our customers do too - in a period of concern over rising energy bills, electric radiators are an excellent way to gain more control over your central heating and keep costs down.
Electric radiators are quickly becoming the number one choice as an efficient and cost-effective alternative to storage heaters. If you're looking to upgrade your home heating solution to something more accurate and controllable there are a few things we think you should know...
These days it's easy to get overwhelmed with energy bills and for many folk across the UK energy prices will increase come winter. So what can you do to minimise your costs and prepare for that dreaded quarterly bill?